Crank in style. Should you ever be in need of a crank radio made of high-grade aluminum instead of plastic, that also comes with LED flashlight and cell phone charger, get your hands on the P'9111 Crank Radio.
What makes this radio truly unique, though, is that it was designed by the Porsche Design Studio. Founded in 1972 by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, designer of the original Porsche 911, the studio has designed everything from municipal-subway cars to cuff links.
The crank radio is being produced by Eton, and will retail for $200.
Image from Wired.
Information about the Porsche Design Studio from the June 2007 GQ magazine If you want to see more, the magazine also features the Fearless 28' speedboat, the P'5170 Putter, the P'3714 Pocketknife, P'3635 Torch Flame Lighter and P'3410 Cuff Links--all are sharply designed in the Porsche vein.